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Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« on: November 17, 2008, 03:34:05 PM »
After talking with a customer that still has an absolute inferno, many years after its original release, I got to thinking alot. He mentioned that he still liked the ball alot. I have had a change of heart over the course of 4 years with brunswick. Honestly, them going to mexico and the radical inferno really left a bad taste in my mouth.

For me its not a labour issue, because my political views not important to the issue but they needed to for many understandable reasons besides the point the move to mexico was neccessary and a neccessity.

For me, in my proshop they just havent been able to get that lightening in a bottle since the absolute inferno and classic zone.

The ball with a lower rg simple single desinty core, and strong cover that was sanded but still had alot of grip and finish in the backend, not loosing energy and easy to polish. Of course i speak of activator.

In my area as much as the ball companies think that centers are introducing new oils every single year, our area isn't. In the last 4 or 5 years the volume of units, and types of oil have stayed the same. Volumes havent increased, and all the products coming out constantly boasting stronger covers with more midlane bite and handle more oil, they really arent getting higher scores. A re-release of the absolute inferno i think would sell again so well it would be really the saving grace of brunswick.

Im not a crack pot or whackjob because i see first hand the products passing through the market and see the products sometimes are just a hard sell.

I know everyone will put in there two cents, but the following were duds, and have been either on special and have never been backordered. Which usually is a sign of a product selling out faster than a market can handle.

The radical was hit and miss, blast zone, all the furys, were surrounded with contraversy, and the twisted original has been offered to me by more than one distributor on a specials list.

I have been throwing the twisted fury destruction, lately and not really impressed. its backend is average and  below average for the wholesale price performance.

I dont know if its the coverstock on it or the core, but if you were to take the activator and put that on any of the cores brunswick is making right now, how well would it react??



Honestly who would look at buying brunswick again if they put activator on some kind of decent core again? I certainly would again maybe. There brunswick stuff right now is the hardest sell on the ball wall. A new release from brunswick is struggling to create a buzz at all.


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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #61 on: November 26, 2008, 05:25:33 PM »
Okay so I never implied that I was better than anyone, I just proved your assumption of myself, and the shop I work for incorrect.  
And I love how you group me into "you big b people" as if we're some kind of extremist group that is against everything outside of Brunswick.  I can't believe I have to say this again, but I obviously will promote Brunswick first being a staff member, but I won't ever knock another company.  I think every company out there has their share of great bowling balls right now.
And where was it that I got bent out of shape regarding something being said about Brunswick.  I'm sorry that your whining about a ball being less than $1 cheaper online than you can buy it for happened to be a Brunswick ball.  I was defending the ball or company itself in my point, I was complaining about your whining, because I have seen nearly the same exact words in numerous posts.  

Okay so the Brunswick special was a 1-time offer, but my point is you still could have taken advantage of it, to at least lower your overall cost a little.
It just so happened that we were able to get 3 (1 for each shop).
And as far as that price goes, we get it for $106 shipped.  No I never implied that we were getting it for $90 but you were making it sound like you have the lowest prices in the country and still can't compete with the internet.  Yet you seem to conveniently negate the fact that the $107 internet price probably doesn't include shipping or any other fees.  Not to mention that if a person buys it online, comes in and gets it drilled by you, you have 0 overhead for that customer.  
The fact is all the distributors and ball companies will gladly work with you (as long as you don't act like you do on here) in order to have competitive pricing.  The fact is the pro shop is a service business and the internet is based upon quantity.  
Honestly, it is funny seeing how you try to use every little thing to get in a dig at me.  What are you trying to accomplish by repeating that "you don't do the ordering!"?
And I really do love how you must always add some belittling remarks in order my yourself feel better.  You can't just make your point and leave it at that.  
Lastly, is making fun of the fact that I don't respond within your personal timeclock an attempt at blasting me for having a job?  I'm sorry that we all can't be BR megaposter such as yourself.

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #62 on: November 26, 2008, 05:36:47 PM »
jls I'd love to continue to fuel your petty smoke fire, but the fact is it's no longer worth my time arguing with you, and I must be going home, because I do have a life outside of getting into arguments on BR.  

So I wish you and all others on here a wonderful Thanksgiving, and would just like to close with the fact that ALL shops must compete with the internet, I know how aggravating it is but there are still ways to prosper.

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #63 on: November 26, 2008, 06:31:42 PM »
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Okay so I never implied that I was better than anyone, I just proved your assumption of myself, and the shop I work for incorrect.  
And I love how you group me into "you big b people" as if we're some kind of extremist group that is against everything outside of Brunswick.  I can't believe I have to say this again, but I obviously will promote Brunswick first being a staff member, but I won't ever knock another company.  I think every company out there has their share of great bowling balls right now.
And where was it that I got bent out of shape regarding something being said about Brunswick.  I'm sorry that your whining about a ball being less than $1 cheaper online than you can buy it for happened to be a Brunswick ball.  I was defending the ball or company itself in my point, I was complaining about your whining, because I have seen nearly the same exact words in numerous posts.  

Okay so the Brunswick special was a 1-time offer, but my point is you still could have taken advantage of it, to at least lower your overall cost a little.
It just so happened that we were able to get 3 (1 for each shop).
And as far as that price goes, we get it for $106 shipped.  No I never implied that we were getting it for $90 but you were making it sound like you have the lowest prices in the country and still can't compete with the internet.  Yet you seem to conveniently negate the fact that the $107 internet price probably doesn't include shipping or any other fees.  Not to mention that if a person buys it online, comes in and gets it drilled by you, you have 0 overhead for that customer.  
The fact is all the distributors and ball companies will gladly work with you (as long as you don't act like you do on here) in order to have competitive pricing.  The fact is the pro shop is a service business and the internet is based upon quantity.  
Honestly, it is funny seeing how you try to use every little thing to get in a dig at me.  What are you trying to accomplish by repeating that "you don't do the ordering!"?
And I really do love how you must always add some belittling remarks in order my yourself feel better.  You can't just make your point and leave it at that.  
Lastly, is making fun of the fact that I don't respond within your personal timeclock an attempt at blasting me for having a job?  I'm sorry that we all can't be BR megaposter such as yourself.




I just checked the price online.  Bowling.com sells the ball for $107.99, with free shipping.  Our shop pays more then that for the ball from our distributor.
You made it sound like jls is paying way too much for the ball. The fact is that you now claim to pay $106.  So his price on that item is $2.00 higher.
I think the point he was making was that the Maxx Zone sells for about the same cost as the Black Widow or the Cells, to the pro shops,  yet they sell online for $119.99.  Now someone posted that Ebonite's plan is not working or helping the pro shops.  As a pro shop,  I think seeing the Cells or the Balck widows online for $119.99 is better then seeing the Maxxx Zone online for $107.99.  To me that was jls point.

Now feel free to attack me.

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #64 on: November 26, 2008, 06:37:38 PM »
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jls,

You really need to take it easy. This is just bowling.

Also, being that you say you are a pro shop, check out www.acemitchell.com. Maxx Zone IS less than $107 from a distributor that buys enough quantity.

I'm not knocking any other distributor. They buy what they think they can sell. But check ALL the facts before you go off.

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Larry,  I took the time to check out this site,  it's under construction. So no price is shown.  So how is it you know what their price is.  And do you really think that this distributor will post his prices to the public. I might be wrong, but I don't think they would do that.  Now my shop pays about $107, so if this distributor is so much lower, I would like to buy some balls from him.  Now since you posted his web site, maybe you should have taken your own advise and check to see that it is up and running, before you go telling others that they are going off.

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #65 on: November 26, 2008, 06:47:17 PM »
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jls,

You really need to take it easy. This is just bowling.

Also, being that you say you are a pro shop, check out www.acemitchell.com. Maxx Zone IS less than $107 from a distributor that buys enough quantity.

I'm not knocking any other distributor. They buy what they think they can sell. But check ALL the facts before you go off.

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Larry,  I took the time to check out this site,  it's under construction. So no price is shown.  So how is it you know what their price is.  And do you really think that this distributor will post his prices to the public. I might be wrong, but I don't think they would do that.  Now my shop pays about $107, so if this distributor is so much lower, I would like to buy some balls from him.  Now since you posted his web site, maybe you should have taken your own advise and check to see that it is up and running, before you go telling others that they are going off.



Here is the corrected link for the technologically deprived.  All you had to do is remove the "." from the link, moron.

http://www.acemitchell.com/
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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #66 on: November 26, 2008, 07:16:55 PM »
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jls,

You really need to take it easy. This is just bowling.

Also, being that you say you are a pro shop, check out www.acemitchell.com. Maxx Zone IS less than $107 from a distributor that buys enough quantity.

I'm not knocking any other distributor. They buy what they think they can sell. But check ALL the facts before you go off.

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Larry,  I took the time to check out this site,  it's under construction. So no price is shown.  So how is it you know what their price is.  And do you really think that this distributor will post his prices to the public. I might be wrong, but I don't think they would do that.  Now my shop pays about $107, so if this distributor is so much lower, I would like to buy some balls from him.  Now since you posted his web site, maybe you should have taken your own advise and check to see that it is up and running, before you go telling others that they are going off.



Here is the corrected link for the technologically deprived.  All you had to do is remove the "." from the link, moron.

http://www.acemitchell.com/
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Thankyou for the kind words. I did get through using the link you provided. Just as I thought, they do not give info on prices to the public.  You have to be a registered pro shop.  Which brings us back to Larry.  How does he know what their prices are?  Is he a pro shop or an online dealer?

Oh and btw,  you sir are a jerk.

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #67 on: November 26, 2008, 07:19:16 PM »
Sjf,

I work for Ace Mitchell.

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #68 on: November 26, 2008, 07:28:31 PM »
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Sjf,

I work for Ace Mitchell.

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Ok I will call you from the shop on Friday, and ask for the price of the ball in question.
As you well know, no distributor will have the lowest prices on every item.
We feel service and selection is just as important.  A dollar here or there on a ball is not that big  a deal.  

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #69 on: November 26, 2008, 07:42:34 PM »
Correct Sjf. No distributtor, Pro Shop, manufacturer, etc., can be everything to everyone. We just try to outservice & out-inventory our competition.

FYI, due to the holiday & UPS not shipping on Friday, our office will be closed.

Sjf, I works as an outside sales rep. in MI & NW Ohio. So I am rarely in our main office in Akron, OH. But if you are a pro shop operator/employee, feel free to pm me and I will be more than happy to get you the information that I can.

Now, back to our regularly scheduled programing.

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #70 on: November 26, 2008, 08:01:54 PM »
check your bowlingball.com news letter... bites are 99$ shipped to your door.
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Okay so I never implied that I was better than anyone, I just proved your assumption of myself, and the shop I work for incorrect.  
And I love how you group me into "you big b people" as if we're some kind of extremist group that is against everything outside of Brunswick.  I can't believe I have to say this again, but I obviously will promote Brunswick first being a staff member, but I won't ever knock another company.  I think every company out there has their share of great bowling balls right now.
And where was it that I got bent out of shape regarding something being said about Brunswick.  I'm sorry that your whining about a ball being less than $1 cheaper online than you can buy it for happened to be a Brunswick ball.  I was defending the ball or company itself in my point, I was complaining about your whining, because I have seen nearly the same exact words in numerous posts.  

Okay so the Brunswick special was a 1-time offer, but my point is you still could have taken advantage of it, to at least lower your overall cost a little.
It just so happened that we were able to get 3 (1 for each shop).
And as far as that price goes, we get it for $106 shipped.  No I never implied that we were getting it for $90 but you were making it sound like you have the lowest prices in the country and still can't compete with the internet.  Yet you seem to conveniently negate the fact that the $107 internet price probably doesn't include shipping or any other fees.  Not to mention that if a person buys it online, comes in and gets it drilled by you, you have 0 overhead for that customer.  
The fact is all the distributors and ball companies will gladly work with you (as long as you don't act like you do on here) in order to have competitive pricing.  The fact is the pro shop is a service business and the internet is based upon quantity.  
Honestly, it is funny seeing how you try to use every little thing to get in a dig at me.  What are you trying to accomplish by repeating that "you don't do the ordering!"?
And I really do love how you must always add some belittling remarks in order my yourself feel better.  You can't just make your point and leave it at that.  
Lastly, is making fun of the fact that I don't respond within your personal timeclock an attempt at blasting me for having a job?  I'm sorry that we all can't be BR megaposter such as yourself.




I just checked the price online.  Bowling.com sells the ball for $107.99, with free shipping.  Our shop pays more then that for the ball from our distributor.
You made it sound like jls is paying way too much for the ball. The fact is that you now claim to pay $106.  So his price on that item is $2.00 higher.
I think the point he was making was that the Maxx Zone sells for about the same cost as the Black Widow or the Cells, to the pro shops,  yet they sell online for $119.99.  Now someone posted that Ebonite's plan is not working or helping the pro shops.  As a pro shop,  I think seeing the Cells or the Balck widows online for $119.99 is better then seeing the Maxxx Zone online for $107.99.  To me that was jls point.

Now feel free to attack me.

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #71 on: November 26, 2008, 08:15:11 PM »
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jls,

You really need to take it easy. This is just bowling.

Also, being that you say you are a pro shop, check out www.acemitchell.com. Maxx Zone IS less than $107 from a distributor that buys enough quantity.

I'm not knocking any other distributor. They buy what they think they can sell. But check ALL the facts before you go off.

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Larry,  I took the time to check out this site,  it's under construction. So no price is shown.  So how is it you know what their price is.  And do you really think that this distributor will post his prices to the public. I might be wrong, but I don't think they would do that.  Now my shop pays about $107, so if this distributor is so much lower, I would like to buy some balls from him.  Now since you posted his web site, maybe you should have taken your own advise and check to see that it is up and running, before you go telling others that they are going off.



Here is the corrected link for the technologically deprived.  All you had to do is remove the "." from the link, moron.

http://www.acemitchell.com/
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Nice talk,  you eat at the table with that foul mouth.  A person ask a question and another Big B Brown nose goes off.  What is it with you people.

Seems to me that you Big b people are a little too sensitive.  Of course since you don't have any balls that I know about that sell,  I guess i can see why.

Around here all I see are Cell Pearls,  Venoms, a lot of Globals, and most recently, the Virtual.  

Now I have not said one bad thing about ant Big b ball.  If you dumb heads can read, I posted that will do Ok with the Twisted Fury line.  And most recently we started selling the MNaxx zone.  Sold three in the last few days.

Now exactly where does that sound like bashing.  All I said you poor excuses for humans is that the Maxx zone is selling online for just about what we pay for it.  I don't want to hear crap from losers about where to buy the f-ing ball.  The point you poor excuses for humans is that Ebonite does indeed try to help pro shops with their pricing.   Some clown brought it up that the NV's are being footballed,  They are DQ.  The current line of balls from Ebonite are not being footballed.  You idiots don't know or understand the difference.

You all got your heads up the big B's butts so far, that you can't see or think clearly.

There is a difference between a new release and a year old model that is DQ.

The Maxx Zone is  a NEW release.  Yet it is selling for just about or less then what pro shops pay for it.

Now if any of you losers don't like the fact that I pointed this out, that is too f-ing bad.  The truth hurts.

Selling balls to your online dealers for the same price you sell to your pro shops,  does not do anything to help them or the industry.  But then again, your Big B, and you did move to Mexico.  Your plant, is it right down the street from all the pot fields in Mexico????  You know where all that pot comes from that gets into our schools and children.  


Oh ya, no one does pot!!!!

get a life

BTW, each and everytime I sell a global ball I think, that is maybe one less Big B ball sold.  Global, proudly made in the USA.

Now lets hear from all the Big B brown nose losers.

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #72 on: November 26, 2008, 08:33:50 PM »
JLS

You and I have had our many discussions in the past.
With that being said, I am curious why it is alright for you to insult anyone that disagrees with you, but not the same when they defend or retaliate? And if someone disagrees with you, they are automatically a Big B brown nosers? And last but not least, why you seem to enjoy stirring the Brunswick pot?

Also, for your education, most of the marijuanna in the US is grown in the US. And is, from what I have heard, better than that, that is grown outside the US. So one more argument for US made products, eh?

If Americans weren't so lazy, as well as greedy, a. manufacturing would not be moving outside the US and b. we would not be in a 'recession'. I guess it's alright for US corporations to lay off the WORKERS, cry poverty and collect their multi million dollar salaries and/or bonuses.

Anyways, I look forward to you or one of the alphabet posters witty retorts slamming me. Oh well. Some things just get old.
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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #73 on: November 26, 2008, 08:34:09 PM »
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jls,

You really need to take it easy. This is just bowling.

Also, being that you say you are a pro shop, check out www.acemitchell.com. Maxx Zone IS less than $107 from a distributor that buys enough quantity.

I'm not knocking any other distributor. They buy what they think they can sell. But check ALL the facts before you go off.

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Larry Verble




Larry,  I took the time to check out this site,  it's under construction. So no price is shown.  So how is it you know what their price is.  And do you really think that this distributor will post his prices to the public. I might be wrong, but I don't think they would do that.  Now my shop pays about $107, so if this distributor is so much lower, I would like to buy some balls from him.  Now since you posted his web site, maybe you should have taken your own advise and check to see that it is up and running, before you go telling others that they are going off.



Here is the corrected link for the technologically deprived.  All you had to do is remove the "." from the link, moron.

http://www.acemitchell.com/
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Nice talk,  you eat at the table with that foul mouth.  A person ask a question and another Big B Brown nose goes off.  What is it with you people.

Seems to me that you Big b people are a little too sensitive.  Of course since you don't have any balls that I know about that sell,  I guess i can see why.

Around here all I see are Cell Pearls,  Venoms, a lot of Globals, and most recently, the Virtual.  

Now I have not said one bad thing about ant Big b ball.  If you dumb heads can read, I posted that will do Ok with the Twisted Fury line.  And most recently we started selling the MNaxx zone.  Sold three in the last few days.

Now exactly where does that sound like bashing.  All I said you poor excuses for humans is that the Maxx zone is selling online for just about what we pay for it.  I don't want to hear crap from losers about where to buy the f-ing ball.  The point you poor excuses for humans is that Ebonite does indeed try to help pro shops with their pricing.   Some clown brought it up that the NV's are being footballed,  They are DQ.  The current line of balls from Ebonite are not being footballed.  You idiots don't know or understand the difference.

You all got your heads up the big B's butts so far, that you can't see or think clearly.

There is a difference between a new release and a year old model that is DQ.

The Maxx Zone is  a NEW release.  Yet it is selling for just about or less then what pro shops pay for it.

Now if any of you losers don't like the fact that I pointed this out, that is too f-ing bad.  The truth hurts.

Selling balls to your online dealers for the same price you sell to your pro shops,  does not do anything to help them or the industry.  But then again, your Big B, and you did move to Mexico.  Your plant, is it right down the street from all the pot fields in Mexico????  You know where all that pot comes from that gets into our schools and children.  


Oh ya, no one does pot!!!!

get a life

BTW, each and everytime I sell a global ball I think, that is maybe one less Big B ball sold.  Global, proudly made in the USA.

Now lets hear from all the Big B brown nose losers.

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Its a lot nicer than this:


From:  Sjf        
Received:  11/26/2008 8:07:51 PM
Subject:  hey
Message:  It's me the moron. Your link worked, his did not. Sorry I am not as smart as you,. you piece of shxxx. I asked a simple question and you go postal.
Screw you you piece of shxxxx.  

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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #74 on: November 26, 2008, 08:38:36 PM »
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jls I'd love to continue to fuel your petty smoke fire, but the fact is it's no longer worth my time arguing with you, and I must be going home, because I do have a life outside of getting into arguments on BR.  

So I wish you and all others on here a wonderful Thanksgiving, and would just like to close with the fact that ALL shops must compete with the internet, I know how aggravating it is but there are still ways to prosper.

Are WE CLEAR??




Hey Mr PBA,  you talk a lot of crap.  You act like your WalMart.  Anyone in the business with a brain,  {so that's explains you being the way you are,}  would know that no dist. has the lowest f-ing price on every item.

You make a federal case out of the price.  First you make it sound like I am paying $108 and your shop, Walmart, is paying $90.  And then you show more stupidity by saying buy the package.  Limit one dork boy!!!!!

Lets face, you know nothing.   Now maybe your 16 year old girl friends are impressed by you, but I ain't.  

And then you post you pay $106.  Wow.  The point you poor excuse for a human is that, everybody on earth can but that ball for $107.99, with free shipping.
And since most dist. add on about $8.00 to $10.00 frieight with sur charge, per order.  Your big volumn pro shop is actually paying more then JOE BLOW PUBLIC for the same ball you buy from your buddies, the Big B.

But your too stupid to realize that anyone can buy that ball for what your big bad super big volumn pro shop can.  You are an idiot.  

Now if that is ok with you and you buddies, I don't care.  But as a real pro shop,  who pays rent, taxes, payroll and other overheads, I do care when JOE BLOW PUBLIC can order One f-ing ball and pay the same or less then a real pro shop pays.   That is not right.

And Ebonite at least is trying to level the playing field.  And Big B and their dist. don't like that.  Well ask me if I care what Big B thinks.

And for you Big B brown nose wan a bees, get a life.

Oh and thanks Big b for moving to Mexico so you could save money, and pass the savings on to your customers.   oops, you didn't do that,  you kept it.

Thank the lord for companies like Ebonite and Global.  Sure some of their plastic is made in China, but most if not all of their regular line is made right here in the good old USA.  And they proudly engrave that on their balls.

The don't need to put on those stupid little stickers that say, "made in Mexico"  like the big b was forced to do!!!!!!!

Ashammed of the fact that your balls are made in Mexico????

Are we clear now, mr pba.
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Re: Why can't Brunswick get lightening in a bottle again??
« Reply #75 on: November 26, 2008, 09:02:55 PM »
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JLS

You and I have had our many discussions in the past.
With that being said, I am curious why it is alright for you to insult anyone that disagrees with you, but not the same when they defend or retaliate? And if someone disagrees with you, they are automatically a Big B brown nosers? And last but not least, why you seem to enjoy stirring the Brunswick pot?

Also, for your education, most of the marijuanna in the US is grown in the US. And is, from what I have heard, better than that, that is grown outside the US. So one more argument for US made products, eh?

If Americans weren't so lazy, as well as greedy, a. manufacturing would not be moving outside the US and b. we would not be in a 'recession'. I guess it's alright for US corporations to lay off the WORKERS, cry poverty and collect their multi million dollar salaries and/or bonuses.

Anyways, I look forward to you or one of the alphabet posters witty retorts slamming me. Oh well. Some things just get old.
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Hey formerly
You do realize that you just called most of your customers greedy and lazy.
I guess those lowlifes in Michigan will love to hear that.  Now you clearly have shown, you Know nothing about the economy.  The whole world is in a recession.  And most of our products come from overseas.  You when you say that us greedy lazy Americans drove Corps out of the country, and caused this recession,  you are talking stupid talk.  The whole world is in a recession. Not just us greedy lazy Americans.  Now as for most pot being grown here, prove that.  All we ever hear about is all those pot fields in Mexico sending pot to the US, where us greedy lazy Americans live.

Now I don't care who you are or work for.  I made a statement of fact.  Big B's  Maxx zones are selling for about the same price online as decent hard working greedy lazy american pro shops pay for the ball.

And if you don't like that, ask me if I care??????????????



Each and everytime someone makes a statement of fact, you Big B's go off on them.  Just like with the $99 Fury closeout.  Most real companies have a new model ready to go when they closeout a ball.  Your company did not come out with the replacement to the Fury, for about 8-9 months.   Get stuck at the border???

Now in case you don't know this, you do not own this site. Now if you don't like hearing the truth, then put me on your iggy list, Cause I really don't like dealing with you or your following of brown noses.

Are we clear

have a nice day

signed, one of 305 million greedy lazy Americans.

You sir are an idiot.

still clear
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jls

Edited on 11/28/2008 8:52 AM